|Personal Data Handling and Privacy
We inform our potential customers that their personal data won’t be used to send them advertising material, sale promotions and similar, for this can take place only with the consent of the holder. The consent must be explicitly express by the holder and it can’t be inferred. So that, when his/her data are intended to be used for purposes different from the mere purchase order execution, a condition will be provided to allow the customer to express freely his/her consent to the use of his/her data for these purposes; a consent that must not be binding on the registration/execution of orders, in compliance with current regulations on privacy and in connection with his/her personal data owned by Intimo Cristina. We inform you about what follows:
1) PURPOSES OF DATA HANDLING
Data handling applies only to the execution of the business processes in order to accomplish our contract obligations.
2) CONDITIONS OF DATA HANDLING
Data handling is accomplished by: data collecting, registration, management, storage, consulting, processing, modification, selection, comparison, use, interconnection, blockage, transmission, deleting and destruction. These operations can be carried out with or without the help of electronic or automated supports. The handling is performed by the holder and/or by his/her representatives.
3) DATA CONFERMENT
The conferment of common personal data is necessary for the development of activities as per point 1.
4) REFUSAL OF DATA CONFERMENT
The possible refusal to provide personal data as per point 3 implies the impossibility of performing the activities as per point 1.
5) DATA TRANSMISSION
Personal data can be known by those who are entrusted with their handling and can be transmitted for the purposes as per point 1 to external members and, in general, to all those individuals to whom the transmission is necessary to achieve the purposes illustrated at point 1.
6) THE SPREADING OF PERSONAL DATA
Personal data cannot be spread.
7) TRANSFER OF DATA ABROAD
Personal data can be transferred abroad to the EU countries as well as to other countries in respect with the purposes listed at point 1.
8) CONCERNED SUBJECT RIGHTS
The article 7 of the Italian Consolidated Act (Testo Unico – therein T.U.) confers to the subject specific rights he can claim on the holder of data whenever he wants, according to the terms prescribed by the articles 8 and 9 T.U. Furthermore, it is made clear that the rights granted by the art. 7 T.U. , according to the provisions of the art. 145 T.U., “can be vindicated by the judicial authority or the Guarantor”, within the limits and in the terms prescribed by the articles 146 and 147 T.U. For the sake of clarity we provide the full text of the art. 7 T.U.:
1. The subject concerned has the right to obtain the confirmation indicating whether his/her personal data exists or not, even if not processed yet, and their transmission in an intelligible form.
2. The subject concerned has the right to obtain information about:
a) the source of his/her personal data;
b) the purposes and terms of their handling;
c) the basis applied for data handling carried out with the help of electronic supports;
d) the indication of the holder, people in charge and representatives’ essential data according to the art. 5, para. 2;
e) the subjects and categories of subjects to whom his/her data can be transmitted or by whom could be known as civil servants in the territory of the Country.
3. The subject concerned has the right to obtain:
a) the updating, the correction and, where necessary, the integration of his/her data;
b) the cancellation, the transformation into anonymous form or the blockage of the data handled in violation of the law, including those for which storage is not requested for the purposes they are collected and then processed;
c) the confirmation that the operations as per points a) and b) have been brought to notice, as far as their content is concerned, to those to whom data were communicated or transmitted, except for the event that this has proved to be impossible or entailed the use of means evidently disproportioned with the defended right.
4. The subject concerned has the right to oppose, totally or partially:
a) for legitimate reasons to the handling of his/her personal data, even if pertaining to the purposes of their collecting;
b) to the handling of his/her personal data concerning the mailing of advertising material, direct sale or to accomplish marketing researches and business communication.
9) DATA HANDLING HOLDER
The holder and responsible for the handling of personal data is Intimo Cristina.